Heather Clark Obituary, Death – Heather “Heidi” Clark, who was battling cancer, passed away today, and our hearts are heavy as we say goodbye to her. The year 2019 marked the beginning of her courageous and determined fight against the illness that had been identified. She made the decision to have faith rather than give up hope despite the fact that the deck was stacked against her in life and that time was running out. She looked for the good in everything. She was eccentric, loving, caring, protective, and patient right up until the end of her life. She was quirky, headstrong, and eccentric. She would have done or sacrificed everything for the people she cared about most in the world. Those who knew and loved her will grieve her passing profoundly.
Heidi spent the most of her working life at manufacturing facilities such as Stinson Canning and Crowe Rope. She was very pleased to earn her certification as a nursing assistant. She only spent a short time working in the healthcare industry before a serious sickness ended her career. Her maternal grandparents, Luther Clark and Donald and Annie Lyons, as well as her paternal grandparents, Manser “Mac” and Estella “Checker” Greenlaw, all away before she was born. Her father, Reginald Clark, also passed away before she was born. She is survived by her son Phyllip Stevens, granddaughter Faith, and son Cory Stevens. She also leaves behind a granddaughter. Aside from her father, she is survived by her mother Rowena Robinson, her husband David Robinson, and three brothers: James Clark, his wife Keri, and his children Scott Clark, Samantha Perry, Alanna Clark, and Aydyn Clark. In addition, she is survived by her mother Rowena Robinson, who is survived by her husband David Robinson.
Brother Donald “Doni” Clark and brother David Allen-Clark, together with David’s husband Joshua Allen-Clark and David’s children Mikayla Clark, Mariah Packard, and Katlyn Grubbs, are among those who are left behind. Donald and David are also survived by a large number of nieces and nephews. A special thank you goes out to Gentiva Hospice, and in particular to her team, which included Melissa, Vanessa, Allison, Eric, and Barbara. You all brought a smile to her face and gave comfort on multiple levels, including physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. And a very special thank you to Edward and to her Personal Support Worker Katie, who both were wonderful companions as well as providers of excellent care and support throughout her final months.
Friends and relatives will be informed when the time comes for the celebration of Heidi’s life, which will take place at a later date. You are welcome to share your remembrances and sympathies with the family at www.ripostafh.com.